Tuesday, May 17, 2011

A Recap of Entries by Kenton Rambsy

Kenton Rambsy serves as the editor and lead contributor for the HBW Blog. Over the course of the semester, he has provided entries ranging on black migration and educational development in African American novels. Below are a collection of his entries for the past semester:

How Richard Wright’s Mother and Grandmother Taught him to Revere the Imaginative


Disrupting and Expanding the Notion of "Self-Taught"


Education and Revolution: Reading the novels of Sutton E. Griggs and Toni Morrison


Black Men and Informal Educational Networks


Literary Traditions: Education and Political Activism


Black Men, Education, and Political Activism


Men and Migration--Revisited 


Oprah Winfrey and Black Literature 


The Great Migration


100 Novels: Trend Analyses Project

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